domenica 19 luglio 2009

Montesquieu, Lettre LXVII

Your mother, who was so chaste, gave to her husband, as the sole pledge of her virtue, that virtue itself: they lived happy in each other, and in their mutual confidence; and the simplicity of their manners was to them a thousand times more precious than the false splendor which you seem to enjoy in this sumptuous house.
The Persian Letters,
Montesquieu

1 commento:

kostas ha detto...

Very nice capture,beautiful young lady.

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